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Hi Everybody.

I recently joined via Wi Fi antennas two networks, that had separate subnests, to a single subnet.

Now, just in case i had problem with Wi-Fi... I have two DSL Lines at each location, with Static Public IP Address.

Is there any way, in a scenario like this , to implement two Kerio Control nodes, one on each location, and be able to route via DSL mantaining the same IP Address Scheme?

I know it's not possible to VPN between subnets with the same range of IP addresses, but has somebody tried to implemet something similar?

Any help or advice would be really appreciated.

Thank You.


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You would need to go back to two subnets and create a VPN tunnel between the two Kerio Control boxes. The wifi link would need to be separate from the LAN and used only between the two Kerio Control boxes. Then configuration in Kerio would state that the other office is available on the wifi interface and the VPN interface, with precedence on the wifi interface.

I'm not entirely sure how to do this configuration, but it's something I'm working on for a client.
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